Eugen Jebeleanu addresses the problems posed by protesters storming LGBT screenings.
Eugen Jebeleanu discusses his recent LGBT-themed film.
The private and political spheres intermingle in this personal retelling of the Yugoslav Wars.
Sergei Loznitsa’s State Funeral (Gosudarstvennyye Pokhorony, 2019)
Sergei Loznitsa created a counter-documentary of Joseph Stalin's death in 1953 out of original propaganda footage.
Yarema Malashchuk and Roman Himey’s New Jerusalem (Zarvantisia, 2019)
This documentary portrays a yearly pilgrimage in Ukraine.
Daria Onyshchenko’s The Forgotten (Zabuti, 2019)
Daria Onyshchenko dramatizes the fate of the internally displaced in Ukraine.
A French filmmaker revisits a past love in the Far East.
Jan Komasa’s Corpus Cristi (Boże Ciało, 2019) & Wojciech Smarzowski’s Clergy (Kler, 2018)
Two recent films from Poland reflect on the role of the church in the 21st century.
An Albanian director pines for (and over) religious reconciliation.
Radu Dragomir applies the living legacy of the Romanian New Wave to themes of the present.
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